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“A real celebration of Mullov-Abbado’s love of jazz and his most mature and satisfying work thus far.”
Ian Mann, The Jazz Mann ★★★★

“Mullov-Abbado already possesses his own unique musical vocabulary. Expect more surprises and delights from Misha in albums to come.”
Roger Farbey, All About Jazz ★★★★

“This is an album that marks a turning point for Misha. It shows off Misha’s creative streak, imagination and bravura. An exceptional second album!”
Erminia Yardley, Kind Of Jazz ★★★★

“Here’s the difficult second album from abundantly talented Misha Mullov-Abbado. So talented in fact that it doesn’t sound as if it was difficult at all. His skills include the one you can’t teach – producing pleasing melodies … ”
Jon Turney, London Jazz News

“It says much about the rude health of the British contemporary jazz scene when an album such as this one makes its arrival with this level of young, high-spirited musicality.”
Adrian Pallant, AP Reviews

“Unusually mature for such a young player, yet also an accessible album, possessing both likeability and enough change up to keep it engaging.”
Jeff Becker, Jazz Sensibilities

“The music has everything – swing, groove, melodies and an incredibly solid foundation. It is as intimate as it is compelling”
Vorgestellt von Ralf Dorschel, Album Of The Week on Play Jazz NDR (Germany)

“ Young bassist and composer Misha Mullov-Abbado offers excellence and variety on his second record as a leader.”
Andreas Backelund, Lira Magazine (Sweden)

“The title of the album perfectly symbolizes the interconnectivity of inspiration in his life and music.”
France Musique (France)

“Another hit and a pretty nice addition to the handsome catalogue of the Edition label.”
Philippe De Cleen, Da Music (Netherlands)

“Alive and turbulent – bassist Avishai Cohen has a strong competitor!”
Georges Tonla Briquet, Jazzenzo Magazine (Netherlands)

“Abbado proves himself an outstanding successor to his parents.”
Artem Kalnin, Orloff Magazine (Russia)